Rebecca Afolayan, Founder AMCWF (far Left) alongside nursing mothers , health workers
Today marked the last of our routine antenatal/postnatal care, immunization and family planning outreach in Sogunro Community for the year.
Baby crying as she is being given vaccination
We recorded a lower number of attendees than usual because a number of nursing mothers and babies had traveled for the Christmas celebration.
AMCWF Nurse attending to pregnant woman during antenatal
Nevertheless, we were able to immunize ten babies, provided antenatal check up to fifteen pregnant women and two amongst them had their tetanus shot.
One of the babies receiving immunization from an AMCWF staff
The best gift of 2019 is the joy of our mothers and babies who we served continuously through out this year.
As we mark the end of our routine antenatal visits for the year, we will like to thank all our donors, partners, advocates, volunteers, health workers and everyone who made our mission to end child and infant mortality in Nigeria possible.
Thank you for your commitment to our cause and we look forward to your continuous support in year 2020.
SUMMARY IN NUMBERS
10 babies immunized
15 pregnant women recieved antenatal care (2 out of 15 mothers received tetanus shots)